Some folks come for the waterfront location, just steps from Saint Mark's Square. Some come for the history. But those in the know come for the Bellini, which was invented at Harry's Bar. Opened in May 13, 1931 by former hotel bartender Giuseppe Cipriani and named after Harry Pickering, a former patron who provided much of the money for the bar's founding, this former hole-in-the-wall is now world famous, having played host to such notable names as Hemingway, Chaplin, Hitchcock, Capote, Orson Welles, and Woody Allen. There's food on offer, as well, but for us, it's all about the drink(s).